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Index Fund Advisors (IFA) is an independent financial advisor that provides wealth management by utilizing risk-appropriate, returns-optimized, and tax-managed portfolios of index funds. IFA.tv provides webcasts explaining the investing strategies of IFA.com and Mark Hebner's book, Index Funds: The 12-Step Recovery Program for Active Investors, with Foreword by Nobel Laureate Harry Markowitz. See hard cover here: http://indexfundsbook.com and iBook here: http://iBookIndexFunds.com.
 
Hosted by yours truly The FIG, I attempt to dissect the Index on at least a weekly basis, getting as many interesting guests on board as possible. These guests are either experienced traders who can offer their insights, or newer traders who can give a fresher perspective on things.
 
The Immortal Index is A Podcast show discussing Chinese webnovel translations of "Xianxia" and/or "Wuxia" - hosted by @StephenLemieux and produced alongside AfterBuzz TV, Rate and comment for a shout out on on the show; and tell me what you'd like to talk about!Xianxia: a type of Chinese Martial Arts novel genre developed from the Wuxia genre that is heavily influenced by Taoism and Buddhism. ... Contrary to the Wuxia genre, Xianxia novels have more elements of fantasy, complete with magic, ...
 
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RadioWest
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Conversation and stories that explore the way the world works. Produced by KUER 90.1 in Salt Lake City and hosted by Doug Fabrizio. Find archived episodes at http://radiowest.org
 
An in-depth look at all things Artist's Edition.
 
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Le Show
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Part-time New Orleans resident Harry Shearer hosts a look at the worlds of media, politics, cyberspace, sports and show business while providing an eclectic array of music along the way.
 
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Learn Index
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Learning does not start with or end in school. It is a lifelong journey. I am on a quest to get us all to focus on self-improvement, relationships building, and an understanding of all subjects. Let us shift the paradigm of educating our young. Put forward the important things first money, building a home, getting in touch with their inner self, love and nature. We do this when we start with ourselves.
 
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RadioWest
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Conversations and stories that explore the way the world works. From KUER, NPR Utah hosted by Doug Fabrizio.
 
Join us each month as we engage in philosophical discussions about the most common-place topics with host Jack Russell Weinstein, professor in the Department of Philosophy and Religion at the University of North Dakota. He is the director of The Institute for Philosophy in Public Life.
 
Weekly podcasts of sermons delivered at First Unitarian Universalist Church of Austin. Our minister is Rev. Meg Barnhouse. Together we nourish souls, transform lives, and do justice to build the Beloved Community. We are an inclusive liberal religious and spiritual community. We support each individual's search for meaning and purpose and join together to help create a world filled with compassion and love. All are welcome without the distinction of race, class, gender, sexual orientation or ...
 
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The Record
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Host Bill Radke leads in-depth conversations about what matters today in Seattle and beyond.
 
Decades ago, WRVO Public Media began broadcasting old time radio with a small collection comprising 20 reel to real tapes. Today the collection includes nearly 5,000 reels and over 16,000 broadcasts. "Tuned to Yesterday" is public radio's premier old time radio show, hosted by Mark Lavonier. The highest quality broadcasts are restored and played as they were heard years and years ago. You'll hear programs like "The Whistler," "The Jack Benny Show," "Fibber McGee and Molly," "Edgar Bergen and ...
 
WLRN’s coverage of the region is headed by Americas editor Tim Padgett, a 23-year veteran of TIME and Newsweek magazines.
 
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Week In Review
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Host Bill Radke and guests make sense of the week's news. New episode every Friday.
 
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Commentary Series
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More than 50 commentators provide perspective and opinion about current events, topics of interest, and often showcase the work of writers and storytellers.
 
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Speakers Forum
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Readings, debates, lectures and so much more. Hear fascinating talks by authors, intellectuals, officials and regular folks with important stories recorded live all around Seattle.
 
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Inside Appalachia
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Inside Appalachia tells the stories of our people, and how they live today. Host Jessica Lilly leads us on an audio tour of our rich history, our food, our music and our culture. Watch Inside Appalachia videos Follow the Inside Appalachia podcast on Soundcloud here . Subscribe to the Inside Appalachia podcast here or click the red button below. Inside Appalachia is a production of West Virginia Public Broadcasting with help from public radio stations in Kentucky, Virginia, Ohio, Pennsylvania ...
 
Funner, snuck, and LOL are all things that we're hearing people say these days. That's What They Say is a weekly segment on Michigan Radio that explores our changing language.University of Michigan English Professor Anne Curzan studies linguistics and the history of the English language. Each week she'll discuss why we say what we say with Michigan Radio Weekend Edition host Rebecca Kruth.
 
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Minds Over Matter
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The Bay Area's favorite quiz show!
 
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99% Invisible
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99% Invisible is a tiny radio show about design, architecture & the 99% invisible activity that shapes our world . Roman Mars is also the host, producer and program director of Public Radio Remix from PRX.
 
Assorted stories from NPR
 
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Your Call
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KALW's call-in show: Politics and culture, dialogue and debate.
 
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The Roundtable
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WAMC's The Roundtable is an award-winning, nationally recognized eclectic talk program. The show airs from 9am to noon each weekday and features news, interviews, in-depth discussion, listener call-ins, music, and much (much) more!
 
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State Of Play
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On the State of Play, we're bringing you (most of the time) awesome insight into the world of football. Matt Santangelo (the American voice in this duo) has quite the resume; Social lead at Italian Football daily, contributor at These Footy Times, Founder of AC Milan Bros and featured in The Guardian and by Roma (yes the football club). The British voice comes from Petrit Berisha, Founder and Producer of all Football Index Guide content, and has been making podcasts in the Financial services ...
 
You can keep yourself abreast of political developments and gain a little insight into how New York State's politicians think when you listen in as political scientist Dr. Alan Chartock holds conversations with members from the Assembly and Senate, and others each week on The Capitol Connection.
 
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City Visions
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Local Bay Area issues, with listener participation, every Monday at 7pm
 
Every day, faculty members at schools and universities throughout the world are making discoveries that shape our ways of thinking and redefine our understanding of today's knowledge-driven society. Since 1990, The Best of Our Knowledge has highlighted breakthroughs across disciplines and across the globe, putting you in touch with the men and women at the forefront of their fields.
 
Live, from Joe's mom's half-finished basement....listen to a parade of financial headlines, personal finance experts, creatives, and people with stories that inspire us. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, hosts Joe Saul-Sehy & OG meet at the card table and bring you guests, trivia, your letters about saving, investing, and risk management, and much more. Academy of Podcast winner for "best business podcast of the year," 2017 Plutus award winner for "best personal finance podcast," and Kipl ...
 
A series of podcasts highlighting the love and passion that working artists display in the everyday pursuit of their craft. Listen in as artists, and perhaps some people that you may not think of as artists, talk about the day-to-day ways they bring artistic passion and devotion to their work. See images on the website brentwatkinson.com/new/pod/index.php
 
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Word of Mouth
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Word of Mouth digs into the nooks and crannies of the state to uncover the stories, places, and people that make New Hampshire home. It's your questions answered, your state explored. Produced by New Hampshire Public Radio.
 
Every week there are new marvels to look for in the outdoors, and Discover Nature highlights these attractions. The Missouri Department of Conservation’s Candice Davis brings us the stories of river otters, luna moths, red buds, and other actors as they take center stage in nature’s theater.
 
Connecticut's Public Media Source for News and Ideas
 
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I Have Some Notes
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Join Colin MacIntyre (The Long John Index) and Gregg Beever (Inglorious Hipsters) as they examine Hollywood's most mediocre movies and discuss how to fix them. How could the Man of Steel been less of a Man of Heel? What could Ghostbusters II have done to make bustin' feel good again? What could have made Star Trek: Generations a film for a…generation? All these answers and more on I HAVE SOME NOTES!
 
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KUER 90.1, NPR Utah
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A podcast from KUER 90.1, an NPR member station broadcasting from the Eccles Broadcast Center at the University of Utah.
 
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Political Rewind
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The political game in Georgia is more dynamic than ever. From local elected officials to state and federal government, we're facing complicated issues. On "Political Rewind" we take the time to break down these issues, speaking directly to the decision makers. We not only get you caught up on the week that was in state politics, but we look ahead so that you will stay informed.
 
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz looks at the people and ideas that shape markets, investing and business.
 
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Japan Jukebox
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Exploration of the new, old and experimental music of the Island nation, and how they rock the world from dusk to the rising sun. Every Monday night at 11 PM listeners journey across the Pacific to Japan with producers Danny Hiltz and Cody Winters . Danny and Cody have been producing Japan Jukebox for three years now and were introduced to Japanese music through video games such as Final Fantasy, Mega Man and Legend of Zelda. Intrigued by the unique compositions, they started digging deeper ...
 
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The Exchange
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The Exchange is New Hampshire's only locally produced statewide call-in talk show, hosted by Laura Knoy. It airs live at 9 AM and rebroadcasts at 7 PM weekdays. Want to call in during the show or leave us a message? Here's the number: 800.892.6477 You can also reach the show by email, by tagging us in a tweet, following us on Instagram, or sending a message to our Facebook page.
 
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Michigan Radio
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Stories from Michigan Radio.
 
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The Book Show
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Each week on The Book Show, host Joe Donahue interviews authors about their books, their lives and their craft. It is a celebration of both reading and writers.
 
Montana news, with updates on politics and elections, wildfires and air quality, heath care, wildlife, public lands and more, from Montana Public Radio.
 
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Charlotte Talks
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Launched in April 1998, Charlotte Talks with Mike Collins has become the region's exclusive forum for the discussion of politics, arts, culture, social issues, literature, human interest, the environment and more. If something is of interest to the Charlotte region, listeners and leaders know the topic is bound to be discussed on Charlotte Talks. Follow along: @CharlotteTalks.
 
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NH News
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On Second Thought
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On Second Thought is a one hour, daily news talk show, airing at 9 a.m. ET weekdays on Georgia Public Broadcasting hosted by Virginia Prescott. Timely conversations about all topics relating to Georgia including politics, healthcare, education, music, literature and race. We bring you stories you won't hear elsewhere and voices that are often ignored. The show has a no-pundit policy because we're interested in information, not talking points. On Second Thought incorporates the comments and i ...
 
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CRIB RADIO JAMS
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Chatroom & Music:crossfaderstudios.com/index.php?roomID=1Streaming Music:tunein.com/radio/Crib-Radio-wi...-Negron-s229167
 
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Louisiana Eats!
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Louisiana Eats! is a radio show for people who cook and people who love to eat well—all with a Louisiana point of view and Poppy’s distinctive Louisiana voice. In each program listeners join Poppy as she meets people who produce, cook, and eat the foods we enjoy and treasure — exploring kitchens and stores, farms and waterways where favorite foods are produced and prepared. And because Louisianans love all kinds of food, Poppy won’t limit herself to shrimp creole and hot sauce!
 
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Talk of Iowa
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Talk of Iowa is the place for Iowans to interact with and learn from each other. Together we delve into culture, history, art, and literature. We want you to come away connected to our culture and what it means to live in Iowa.
 
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WRKF News
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The Body Show
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Making informed health choices can be tough. On The Body Show, Dr. Kathleen Kozak makes them a little easier to understand with the latest medical information and knowledgeable guests.
 
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#1572, Horror, Weird Circle "The Warning" 1944 NBC Syndication, Suspense "The Man in the Room" 5/11/50 CBS. Tuned To Yesterday features programs from radio's golden era. Drama, Comedy, Western, Sci-Fi and more. Produced by Mark Lavonier.By mark@wrvo.org (Mark Lavonier).
 
#1417, True History, Eyes Aloft "#15" 11/23/42 NBC, Strange As It Seems "#39" 1935 Syndicated. Tuned To Yesterday features programs from radio's golden era. Drama, Comedy, Western, Sci-Fi and more. Produced by Mark Lavonier.By mark@wrvo.org (Mark Lavonier).
 
In Butte Thursday, the Environmental Protection Agency set a date for an important milestone in the Mining City’s Superfund cleanup. Next Friday, the agency says it will give federal court 135 days notice of filing a final consent decree laying out legally binding cleanup plans.By eric.whitney@mtpr.org (Eric Whitney).
 
A man killed when the car he was driving on the wrong side of the highway collided with a semi tractor trailer has been identified as 62-year-old Martin J. Elison, of Missoula. The Montana Highway Patrol says Wednesday afternoon’s accident occurred in the westbound lanes of Interstate 90.By burnhamj@mso.umt.edu (Josh Burnham).
 
A tax cut on social security income passed by both the state House and Senate is moving forward. The House Appropriations Committee voted Thursday to include the tax cut in the state budget. The priority bill for Senate Republican leadership would create significant changes in the amount of social security income that’s exempted when filing Mon ...…
 
Afrosexology is a duo of women from St. Louis who aim to reclaim black sexuality. Dalychia Saah teaches aspiring sex educators and sex therapists. Rafaella Fiallo is a clinical social worker and relationship, sex and trauma therapist. The duo recently visited MU to lead a self-love workshop. Isabel Lohman spoke with the them about how we can br ...…
 
Three possible factors account for the surge of migrants at the border: economics, social media and the Trump administration's own tougher immigration policies.
 
Millennials: burned out? Not a new phenomenon, with possibly ancient cures. Do you want your airline safety features to be like the after-market upgrades on your car? And: electroconvulsive therapy is the second most controversial medical procedure, other than abortion. Now the legislature might legalize its involuntary application.…
 
Another Missouri Levee Breaches Amid Flooding Columbia Mayoral Candidates Focus More on Policy, Less on Personal Attacks Company Won't Operate Duck Boats in 2019 after Fatal Sinking Unexpected Field Trip: 600 Students Wait Out Gas Leak at BMW DealershipBy mrwzq8@mail.missouri.edu (mac_whaley).
 
HELENA -- Sen. Cary Smith has a personal connection to a bill he is sponsoring in the Montana Legislature that would address how public schools screen for dyslexia. “I thought that we’ve know about it for a long time, so obviously we’ve got great programs going to teach kids with dyslexia how to read, but it didn’t turn out that way for us with ...…
 
Oversight Chairman Elijah Cummings, D-Md., is investigating alleged violations of federal records laws. Jared Kushner's lawyer disputes some of Cummings' assertions about what he told the committee.
 
Tackling a mayorship can be like “changing channels every five minutes between 'The Wire', 'Parks and Recreation', and, occasionally, 'Veep,'” said Pete ButtigiegBy Sonya Harris.
 
A nonpartisan policy group says Michigan needs to do more to improve regional transit in urban areas. A recent report from the Citizens Research Council (CRC) of Michigan said regional transit is key to economic development, revitalizing communities, reducing pollution and traffic congestion, improving residents' mobility, and reducing stress o ...…
 
The Pentagon is investigating the Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan over his ties to Boeing. Before serving as deputy and now acting defense secretary, Shanahan was a Boeing executive.
 
The Missourian submitted a list of 10 standardized questions to the three candidates for Columbia School Board. The candidates' answers will be published in a series. Here are their answers to the following question from Missourian readers: Gaps in academic achievement among different groups of students, particularly between black and white stu ...…
 
The Missourian submitted a list of 10 standardized questions to the three candidates for Columbia School Board. The candidates' answers will be published in a series. Here are their answers to the following question from Missourian readers: The recent change in school attendance zones, effective for the fall 2020 school year, showed again how h ...…
 
Pregnant women in prison face difficult circumstances, and data on their pregnancies has been scarce. New research lays the groundwork for addressing this neglected public health issue.
 
Today on Stateside , a conversation about what it would take to get Michigan to rethink its approach to public transit. Plus, why the traditional A-F grading system might not make sense for the modern classroom.By bellisaa@umich.edu (Bella Isaacs-Thomas).
 
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Carlos Vecchio, the Venezuelan opposition's envoy to the U.S., at a building in Washington, D.C., that was recently vacated by the government of Nicolás Maduro.
 
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts about the flooding and devastation in his state, ongoing relief efforts and the federal government's response.
 
Blair Braverman just finished her rookie attempt at the nearly 1,000-mile Iditarod race in Alaska. She sent a radio diary of the most-notable moments from her first go at the race.
 
Australia's continued detention of about 1,000 refugees and asylum-seekers on two remote Pacific islands has garnered international criticism as details emerge of alarming rates of attempted suicide and poor medical care. Yet many Australians see the island detention centers as a necessary deterrent to keep the country from being overrun by a t ...…
 
More than 200 people Wednesday night came to a U.S. State Department-hosted town hall meeting in Kalispell meant to inform federal negotiations that could shape the future of an international watershed roughly the size of Texas.By morganlevey@gmail.com (mlevey).
 
Three candidates - Blake Willoughby, Jay Atkins and Della Streaty-Wilhoit - are running for two open seats on the Columbia Board of Education on April 2. KBIA spoke with three Columbia Missourian reporters, each of who has been covering a candidate.By charlesclarke@mail.missouri.edu (charlie_clarke).
 
We know our actions affect those around us. But how do we know whether our impact is positive? This week on Hidden Brain, what it means to do good in the world.
 
For many cities and towns across the U.S. that have Old World European names, their pronunciation doesn't quite match with the namesake. Linguist Amelia Tseng helps explain why that might be the case.
 
President Trump has tweeted that the U.S. will recognize Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights.
 
British Prime Minister Theresa May is in Brussels Thursday, asking E.U. leaders for what she calls a "short extension" to the Brexit process, which is currently due to end next Friday.
 
Fifty years ago, a multi-racial coalition of students shut down the campus of San Francisco State College demanding a curriculum that reflected their history.
 
The past Super Bowl was largely forgettable, as was the halftime show starring Maroon 5. But, that didn't stop viewers from complaining to the FCC about Adam Levine taking off his shirt.
 
New Zealand's prime minister announced a ban military-style semi-automatic weapons. NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with UCLA law professor Adam Winkler about why changing U.S. gun policy is more difficult.
 
New Zealand's prime minister said Thursday that the country will ban semi-automatic rifles as funerals take place for some of the 50 killed in last week's shooting in Christchurch.
 
Sometimes, documentary shorts can be seen as stepping stones for filmmakers who want to direct feature-length films, or as afterthoughts on a festival program. But, given their lower costs and shorter runtimes, shorts can allow for a wealth of experimentation, with narrative and format, that features couldn't sustain. On this episode of the Tru ...…
 
In the 19th century, wallpaper became an increasingly popular home decor trend among Americans. Influenced by the culture of Victorian England, these wallpapers were adorned with loud patterns, flowers, animals, and a lot of colors. But those bright, vibrant hues held a dark secret. “In the mid-19th century, green became a very popular color. A ...…
 
(3/21/19 @ 3 p.m.) WAMC's Alan Chartock speaks with New York United States Senator Chuck Schumer.By guistina@wamc.org (David Guistina).
 
New England has long been one of the biggest makers of guns sold both inside, and outside, the U.S. Iconic names like Smith & Wesson, the Colt 45 and the Winchester rifle were all made here, and the region still has several global manufacturers of guns.By jdankosky@wnpr.org (John Dankosky).
 
The journalist Yoni Appelbaum says that to understand what impeaching Donald Trump would mean, it helps to look at the case of the 17th president, Andrew Johnson. His impeachment, Appelbaum says, brought order out of chaos.By dfabrizio@kuer.org (Doug Fabrizio).
 
The journalist Yoni Appelbaum says that to understand what impeaching Donald Trump would mean, it helps to look at the case of the 17th president, Andrew Johnson. His impeachment, Appelbaum says, brought order out of chaos.By dfabrizio@kuer.org (Doug Fabrizio).
 
In June 2015, two vicious convicted murderers broke out of the Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, in New York’s North Country, launching the most extensive manhunt in state history. Aided by prison employee Joyce Mitchell, double murderer Richard Matt and cop-killer David Sweat slipped out of their cells, followed a network of tunnels ...…
 
In our time, when 280-character insults and snarky memes pass for conversation, is Civic Empathy possible? Writer, director, activist and instigator, USA Fellow Gerard Stropnicky offers a Field Report on community story applied to community healing and progress as part of Vassar College’s “Engaged Pluralism Initiative Semester of Storytelling.” ...…
 
This conversation originally aired on July 13, 2017. The Civil War is the deadliest war in American history, with hundreds of thousands of casualties suffered by both the Union and Confederate sides. In Some of Our Yesterdays , a memoir posthumously unearthed by the family of Charles Seton Lindsay, the Civil War experience is vividly told by Li ...…
 
Shawn Stone joins us to talk about what he's seen lately and what cultural events are coming up this week in our region. Seen: "Wonder Park" Upcoming: "Urinetown" (Park Playhouse Production) - Cohoes Music Hall, Cohoes, opens Thursday 3/21 at 7 PM; runs through Sunday, March 31 Jon Collin (with special guests Parashi, Horse Apples) - The Low Be ...…
 
Last week, the ConVal School District sued the state, claiming that lawmakers are failing to fund an "adequate education" and that local taxpayers are shouldering more than their fair share. This isn’t the first time New Hampshire has seen an education funding lawsuit. Districts across the state - from Claremont to Pittsfield - made similar arg ...…
 
Mark tells widely varied stories pertaining to the times before and during his rise to being one of the most important illustrators and picture makers of our time. Still going strong and working in the studio everyday, trying to constantly entertain himself and capture elusive images that are still being collected at all points of the compass. ...…
 
Atlanta-based playwright and author Pearl Cleage invites people to examine the messy, frequently irrational parts of being human. In several best-selling novels and plays, she explores issues of race, gender and identity. Her newest play, "Angry, Raucous and Shamelessly Gorgeous," premieres at Alliance Theatre in March. Cleage joined "On Second ...…
 
Regional headlines from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Missouri PSC Approves Controversial Multi-State Wind Energy Transmission Line Columbia Public Schools to Recieve National Recognition for Mental Health Work Broken Levees Flood Northwest Missouri Farmland Missouri Makes Way for More Nursing Students to Ease Statewide Shortage…
 
The Roundtable Panel : a daily open discussion of issues in the news and beyond. Today's panelists are WAMC’s Alan Chartock, Communications Consultant Theresa Bourgeois, Jim Hendler, Tetherless World Professor of Computer, Web and Cognitive Sciences at RPI, Siena College Professor of Comparative Politics, Vera Eccarius Kelly, and Robert Griffin ...…
 
Over the course of what’s now adding up to nearly a lifetime in Vermont, I’ve enjoyed being active in various cultural, civic and business organizations, including the ACLU. And at times, I’ve been called upon to advise state leaders from college presidents to corrections officials. So it’s from this perspective that I say with considerable con ...…
 
A traveling art exhibit, created by a group of women incarcerated at Connecticut’s York Correctional Institution, is now on view at the Charter Oak Cultural Center in Hartford.By lmack@wnpr.org (Lori Mack).
 
This week, a petition began circulating calling for the Hyde Park City to fire it’s longtime Public Works Director, Mike Grunig, who allegedly pointed a gun at three other workers while on the job.By deaton@kuer.org (Daysha Eaton).
 
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